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Global Electronic Toll Collection Suppliers Leadership Strengths Report 2019-2020: Raytheon, Efkon, Q- Free, Toshiba, Siemens, Thales, Transurban, and International Road Dynamics -

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The electronic toll collection manufacture landscape is diverse and continually evolving. Major players in electronic toll collection market have diversified product portfolios, strong geographical reach, and have made several strategic initiatives. The dynamics of the electronic toll collection market extends beyond routine macro-economic elements of supply and demand. It is the relationship between buyer's needs and seller's capabilities as well as the macroeconomic forces at work that affect the market. It is how well and how efficiently the sellers meet the needs of the buyers that determine long-term success.

Over the years, the level of demand for electronic toll collection has increased due to rising demand for effective traffic management at toll collection center. Electronic toll collection is used for a variety of applications, such as highway and urban and is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 9%. The major growth drivers for this market are effective solutions for traffic congestion, increasing allocation of funds by various governments to reduce environmental pollution, and cashless travel facility.

Firms that produce electronic toll collection are approaching market opportunities with starkly different strategies.

This report also offers a full competitive analysis from target markets to product mapping, from selling strategies to production capabilities. In this research study, eight companies such as Raytheon, Efkon, Q- Free, Toshiba, Siemens, Thales, Transurban, and International Road Dynamics. The eight profiled manufacturers are grouped in the quadrant. The leadership quadrant analyzes the relative strength among these players. The leadership quadrant addresses the need in the market for manufacturer evaluation based on objective data and metrics.

This report answers the following key questions:

  • What are the market shares of suppliers in various application segments such as in highway and urban?

  • Who are the market leaders in various regions and what are their market shares?

  • Which companies are more aligned with market opportunities and which companies have ability to gain market share?

  • What are the key differentiators for major suppliers?

  • Which company has the widest product range and how the product mapping looks among various players?

  • Which companies will gain market share?

Key Topics Covered:

1. Leadership Analysis

1.1: Market Description

1.2: Scoring Criteria

1.3: Leadership Quadrant Analysis

1.3.1: Leaders (Top Right)

1.3.2: Contenders (Bottom Right)

1.3.3: Visionaries (Top Left)

1.3.4: Specialists (Lower Left)

2. Competitive Benchmarking

2.1: Product Portfolio Analysis

2.2: Financial Strength

2.3: Market Share Analysis

2.3.1: Market Share in Various Segments

2.3.2: Market Share in Various Regions

3. Raytheon Profile

3.1: Company Overview

3.1.1: Raytheon Company Description and Business Segments

3.1.2: Raytheon Company Statistics

3.2: Electronic Toll Collection Business Overview

3.2.1: Electronic Toll Collection Business Segment

3.2.2: Global Electronic Toll Collection Operations

3.2.3: Key Differentiators and Strengths

3.3: Products and Product Positioning

3.3.1: Product Line Overview

3.3.2: Electronic Toll Collection Product Mapping

3.3.3: Product Positioning in Market Segments

3.4: Markets and Market Positioning

3.4.1: Market Position in Global Electronic Toll Collection Business

3.5: Revenue Breakdown by Market Segments

3.6: Revenue Breakdown by Regions

3.7: Production

3.7.1: Global Manufacturing Operations

3.8: Innovation and Market Leadership

3.9: Marketing, Sales, and Organizational Capabilities

3.9.1: Marketing and Sales

3.9.2: Management Commitment and Track Record

3.10: Financial Strength

4. Efkon Profile

5. Q-Free Profile

6. Toshiba Profile

7. Siemens Profile

8. Thales Profile

9. Transurban Profile

10. International Road Dynamics Profile

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